In-situ data

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An in-situ data is the data collected that is associated with measurement has the exact measurement of the actual location. [1] An example of this would be when collecting Remote sensing data, in-situ data will be used to verify that the measurement of the data collected will be the same as the actual location.


  1. "Glossary." Physical Oceanography: Distributed Active Archive Center. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, n.d. Web. 16 Jan. 2013.